I’m working in a small startup with only two members. One is a full stack developer who is in charge of product development from server side to front-end. I, on the other hand, specialize in product management. Throughout my career, I’ve focused on product planning, strategy, roadmapping, and customer pipelines. But now, I have been creating product/interface/user experience design.
Of course, the best option is to hire a UX/UI designer or invite the person as a co-founder. But in reality, this is not always possible for a startup. And if you don’t take the role right away, your developer may think that he or she is responsible for the whole product from server side, front-end, iOS, Android, to even the website. So, I took on the role of a temporary designer for a start....
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